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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1914.
Joljn Gains, of Norwood, spenb Bun
day with relatives here.
James W. Newell has gone to Mon
tana on a business trip.
Miss Maty Morrow is visiting rela
tlves in Jeffersonyille.
Mrs. Fred Easter is visiting rela
tlves In Cleveland.
Hlllsboro Chautauqua Aug. 10 to
23 Inclusive. adv
Charles F. Clarke returned Mondivy
from a weeks visit with rolatlves at
A movement has been started In
Georgetown to secure a State Armory
Harry Boush, of Cincinnati, was the
guest of his father, Frank Iloush, over
The program for the Hlllsboro
Chautauqua Aug. 10 to 2a inclusive is
unusually good. adv
Frank urotty returned to Toledo
Monday after a several weeks visit
with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Underwood.
Curry Lelgnton Morrow, of Cincin
nati, is visiting his aunt, Mrs. William
Wilbur Zlnk, of Orange Grove, Miss ,
has been visiting his lather, Eev. M.
P. Zlnk, the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ellifritz, of
Columbus, visited their daughter,
Mrs. James MoMullen, last week.
Burch D. Hugglns, of Columbus, Is
here for a couple of weeks visit with
his father, Judge H. M. Hugglns.
Miss Susan Semple, of Covington,
Ky., has been the guest of her aunti
Mrs. Charles W. Scott, since Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Perin went
to Storms Station near Bainbrldge on
Tuesday for a week's outing.
Miss Martha Spencer visited her
sister, Mrs. Overton Hire, of Green
Meld, a few days the first of the- week.
Nicholas Kain, of Williamsburg, Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Boulware
Mrs. C. E. Turner and son visited
relatives at Sugartree Ridge the past
Kenneth Buchanan, of Indianapo
lis, Ind., Is here for an extended visit
with his sister, Mrs. P. H. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Watts, who
have been at Mineral Springs for a
week, returned home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hugglns enter
tained Monday night with cards lor
their guest, Miss Mabel Moyer, of
The best in the world of thought
and amusement are brought to your
door by the Hlllsboro Chautauqua
Aug. 10 to 23. adv
Miss Grace G. Gardner entertained
a company of friends very pleasantly
Saturday evening for Mr. and Mrs!
Herron Newby, of Berryville.
Mrs. Daniel Morgan and daughter,
Miss Mildred, are spending several
weeks at Flat Bock, N. C, a noted
Mrs. Clyde Davis went to Sanders,
Ky., Thursday, being called there by
tho death of her mother, Mrs. W. R.
Miss Virginia Wedding returned to
her home in Anderson, Ind., Saturday,
after a short visit with her grand
mother, Mrs. J. H. Wedding.
Miss Rebecca Stevenson entertained
a company of young ladles Friday
afternoon for Miss Virginia Wedding,
of Anderson, Ind,
Herbert Unrig, of Cincinnati, re
turned home Sunday, after a two
weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Unrig.
Mrs. Lulu Barrere and daughter,
Miss Margarot, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Arnott, of Green
field, Saturday and Sunday.
Prof. Moses Honllne, of Asheville,
N. 0,, spent Saturday and Sunday with
his mother here, rie left 'here Mon
day on a business trip to Denver, Col.
Miss Eva Martin, of Kokomo, Ind,,
who has been visiting her father(
John A. Martin, returned home Mon
day. .i - m -
Representative G. G. O. Pence went
to Columbus Saturday to attend tho
special session of the General Assem
bly which convened Monday.
Judge and Mrs. J, B. Worley re
turned Wednesday from a week's va
cation spent at the Ross County Sul
phur Lick Springs.
The purpose of the Chautauqua Is
to Instruct and amuse and those who
have arranged the program for the
Hlllsboro Chautauqua Aucr. 10 to 23
have secured talent which will do'
this thoroughly. adv,
Ellis Pence fell Monday dislocating
his shoulder. He tripped oyer a
board and fell when walking around
the new pavement being built in
front of the building recently vacated
by the Hlllsboro Bank.
When a man saves one third or one fourth of his money on new, stylish, ele
gantly made Clothing ISN'T IT A "SNAP?"
When Boys' and Children's Clothing, and the newest Hats and Furnishings are
all sold at prices far below their actual worth, wouldn't you call it a "SNAP" for
the buyer? It's unloading time for us and to close out our present stock, we're of
fering you such "snaps" as we have mentioned. Lots of them pleney of them. Read
Sale Will Begin Saturday, July 25
$ 7.50 Suits
. 25.00 Suits
BOYS' LONG PANTS SUITS
5.00 Suits - - $ 3.34
6.50 Suits - - 4.34
7.50 Suits - - 5.00
8.00 Suits - - 5.34
8.50 Suits - - 5.67
10.00 Suits - - 6.67
12.50 Suits - - 8.34
BOYS' KNEE SUITS.
5 2.00 Suits
MEN'S ODD PANTS.
$1.00 Work Pants . $ .75
1.50 Dress Pants . 1.15
2.00 Dress Pants . 1.50
2.50 Dress Pants . 1.88
3.00 Dress Pants . 2.25
3.50 Dress. Pants . 2.63
4.00 Dress Pants . 3.00
4.50 Dress Pants . 3.38
5.00 Dress Pants . 3.75
BOYS' KNEE PANTS
$ .25 Pants
Boys $1 Khaki Long
Pants . .75
All Straw Hats will be Sold at One Half Price
$5.00 and $6.00 PANAMA HATS AT $3.75, GUARANTEED FIRST QUALITY
$ .50 Shirts . $ .38
.75 Shirts . .59
1.00 Shirts . .75
1.50 Shirts . 1.15
2.00 Shirts . 1.50
2.50 Shirts . 1.88
3.00 Shirts . 2.25
$ .25 Balbriggan . $ .19
.50 Balbriggan . .38
.50 Union Suit . .38
1.00 Union Suit . .75
1.50 Union Suit . 1.15
2.00 Union Suit . 1.50
25c Wash Tie . 15c
25c Silk Tie . 19c
50c Silk Tie . 38c
A Lot of 25c Silk and
Lysle Socks, while they
NIGHT SHIRTS AND
$ .50 Night Shirt . $ .38
1.00 Night Shirt . .38
1.00 Pajamas . .75
1.50 Pajamas . 1.15
HATS AND GAPS.
? .50 Caps . $ .38
1.00 Caps . .75
1.00 Fur Hats . .75
1.50 Fur Hats . 1.15
2.00 Soft and Stiff . 1.50
3.00 Soft and Stiff . 2.25
ONE THIRD OFF ON PALM BEACH AND MOHAIR SUITS
One Third off on Children's Wash Suits and Rompers
BEST QUALITY 25C LYSLE SUSPENDERS, WHILE THEY LAST 150
If you want to take advantage of a real saving, don't fail to attend this sale.
Nearly everything in our stock will be sold at from One Fourth to One Third Off
and remember these very low prices are quoted on first quality dependable mer
chandise only; the kind we always sell3 no cheap seconds or job lot stuff.
of We Reserve the Right to Discontinue Sale any Time After Two weeks
THE IRON CLAD
E. H. McCLURE & CO.
The Store Ahead